UnitedAmericans Launched To Bring Us Together As Americans

Something different is happening this 4th of July. A transformational strategy is being launched to fill the growing void between us as Americans. UnitedAmericans.com went live at 3pm today, committed to using new and innovative technologies that will empower us to come together as citizens of the United States of America.

Too much of what passes for political discourse in the US today is limited to the ideological battle between progressives and liberals on one side and conservatives and Tea Party activists on the other. The challenges before us as a nation demand that we re-commit to the idea of a government of the people, by the people, and for the people. We need to put down all our ideology-based positions and find real solutions to the real problems that face tens of millions of Americans.

Too many Americans remain unemployed, record numbers are in poverty, too many are hungry, and too many go without health care in our great nation. The world-class infrastructure left to us by previous generations of Americans is crumbling. Our children are falling behind because of failing schools, and the cost of higher education is leaving so many with crushing student loan debt, and leaving many more out completely.

We need to restart the American dialogue about what kind of country we want to live in. There is a role for everyone. And it all starts with you and me, and as many of our 315 million fellow Americans as we can convince to join us.

Log onto UnitedAmericans.com and “Subscribe” for further information!


Get in on the future of a united American citizenry. Let’s not let this nation-building opportunity pass us by!

Jonathan Cykman, EzineArticles Diamond Author

About cykman

Jon Cykman works in Washington, DC as a consultant, and is long-time student of American Politics. He started out handing out campaign materials for Hubert Humphrey during the campaign of 1968, and later went on to earn a B.A. in Political Science from the State University of New York, College at Purchase in 1978, and an M.A. in Public Affairs from the University of Texas, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs in 1980. Jon retired from Federal Service after 31 years of service, and lives with his family in Catonsville, MD.
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